Democracy and the Public Service

Hardcover | January 1, 1995

byFrederick C. Mosher

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This revised edition, like the original, concerns the problems of harmonizing effective governmental administration with the requirements of a democracy. It features a new chapter on the impact of management and theories of management upon public personnel administration, including discussionof the Model Public Personnel Law of 1940, the Watergate scandals and President Carter's personnel reforms of 1978.

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This revised edition, like the original, concerns the problems of harmonizing effective governmental administration with the requirements of a democracy. It features a new chapter on the impact of management and theories of management upon public personnel administration, including discussion of the Model Public Personnel Law of 1940, ...

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This revised edition, like the original, concerns the problems of harmonizing effective governmental administration with the requirements of a democracy. It features a new chapter on the impact of management and theories of management upon public personnel administration, including discussionof the Model Public Personnel Law of 1940, t...

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This revised edition, like the original, concerns the problems of harmonizing effective governmental administration with the requirements of a democracy. It features a new chapter on the impact of management and theories of management upon public personnel administration, including discussion of the Model Public Personnel Law of 1940, ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 5.39 × 7.99 × 0.55 inPublished:January 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195030184

ISBN - 13:9780195030181

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This revised edition, like the original, concerns the problems of harmonizing effective governmental administration with the requirements of a democracy. It features a new chapter on the impact of management and theories of management upon public personnel administration, including discussion of the Model Public Personnel Law of 1940, the Watergate scandals and President Carter's personnel reforms of 1978